BTOB’s Minhyuk, Hanhae, Loco, And Hoya To Enlist In Military Today
Four celebrities are enlisting in the military today!
After announcing their military enlistment dates, the stars said goodbye in unique ways, such as solo albums and concerts, special releases, and handwritten letters.
BTOB’s Minhyuk will be serving as a conscripted policeman after completing five weeks of basic training at the Nonsan Army Training Center.
After the announcement of enlistment, Minhyuk said goodbye to his fans by releasing his first solo album “HUTAZONE.” The rapper also hosted his first solo concert “HUTAZONE: Tonight” on February 2, during which he reassured his fans about his military enlistment.
Minhyuk also took to Instagram and shared photos following the concert, thanking those who showed support for his first solo promotions. In the post featuring fellow BTOB member Yook Sung Jae, Minhyuk commented, “Seriously, thank you.”
Choreographer DOOBU posted a video of Minhyuk waving goodbye to friends as he enters the training center.
Rapper Hanhae will also be enlisting as a conscripted policeman. After announcing his enlistment date, he met with fans for the last time before his enlistment through his concert “About Time” last month. The rapper will be releasing a mini album of the same name on February 8 at 6 p.m. KST.
On February 6, the rapper revealed a track list for his upcoming mini album “About Time.”
The rapper also revealed his new haircut and said, “Goodbye~~ Enjoy my album tomorrow.”
Rapper Rhymer, who is the CEO of Hanhae’s agency, Brand New Music, sent off Hanhae with an Instagram post. He said, “Hanhae, be safe and return safely. Thank you and love you, always.”
Rapper Loco is also enlisting as a conscripted policeman. He announced his plans to drop a farewell digital single in collaboration with producer Gray on February 7 at 6 p.m. KST.
The rapper also took to Instagram and shared his new haircut. Along with the photo, Loco said, “Hello, my new album ‘HELLO’ is dropping tonight at 6 p.m. Please enjoy it, and if you tell me how it is in the comments below, I will check them someday.”
Gray shared a photo of Loco with his labelmates from AOMG in front of the Nonsan training center, where Loco will begin five weeks of basic training before officially beginning his service as a conscripted policeman.
Along with the photo, Gray said, “My brother Hyuk Woo (Loco’s Korean name). Don’t get sick and return healthily.”
Gray also shared a video on his Instagram story of Loco enjoying his last meal with his friends before entering the training center.
Hoya will be serving as a public service worker. After announcing his enlistment date, Hoya took to his fan cafe and revealed a handwritten letter to fans. In the letter, Hoya promised his fans that he would return as a more mature and better person.
Hoya’s latest Instagram posts are overflowing with comments from fans wishing him a safe service.
He also took to his Instagram and YouTube channel just a few hours before his enlistment ceremony and shared his cover of Paul Kim’s “Me After You.”
Best of luck to all celebrities!